Japanese company LPixel has developed an A.I. implement to identify mentality aneurysms, enabling patients to find them long before the self-evident indications. But some doctors forewarn that overscreening has its own disadvantages.
Earlier this month, in a private imaging clinic in the Ginza district of downtown Tokyo, I lay patiently as the MRI machine sounded and clanged. I wasn’t there at the request of a doctor, but to screen my brain using a machine learning tool announced EIRL, which is appointed after the Nordic goddess Eir. It’s the latest technology, focused on detecting brain aneurysms, from Tokyo-based LPixel, one of Japan’s largest firms working on artificial intelligence for healthcare. Brain aneurysms occurs when a blood vessel swells up like a balloon. If it explodes, it can be deadly.
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